Baldwin City teen suffers minor injuries in rollover
A 17-year-old Baldwin City girl was transported by air ambulance to Kansas University Hospital on Saturday morning following a single-vehicle, rollover accident on U.S. Highway 56, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
Kayla R. Knoll was driving a 2007 RAV4 eastbound on U.S. 56 about one-and-a-half miles west of Baldwin City when the vehicle left the southern side of the road, entered a cornfield and rolled one time.
Knoll's father, Mark Knoll, said she was released from the hospital the next day and suffered only minor injuries. She is a senior at Baldwin High School.
Knoll was wearing a seat belt at the time. She was in stable condition at the time she was transported Saturday, according to Baldwin City police.
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